Climb this 14th-century tower and stroll atop its 200m stretch of Town Wall for fantastic views of Tallinn's medieval defences.
The three-storey tower, which stands adjacent Müürivahe street next to Old Town's knit market, dates back to the 14th century and at different times was used as a prison and a weapons store.
Nowadays it serves far more peaceful purposes: in addition to being a curiosity history-minded visitors, it houses an art gallery.
Entrance is free with Tallinn Card.
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The tower gives you access to a section of the walls which give incredible views across the city. Amazing place to visit and such wonderful sights.
Only 3 euros each to climb up on the city wall, but not recommended for those scared of heights. The wall contains a wooden walkway connecting two towers. the whole walk way is about 250 yards long... Read more comments
For me, this should be number 1 on the TA list for Tallinn. This is visually iconic and beautiful. I could not stop taking pictures of the towers. The best photos were from just outside the wall... Read more comments